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Mad Honey

an absolutely heart-pounding and heart-breaking book club novel

Jodi Picoult & Jennifer Finney Boylan

Mad Honey
Mad Honey

Mad Honey

an absolutely heart-pounding and heart-breaking book club novel

Jodi Picoult & Jennifer Finney Boylan

Paperback | Engels
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Omschrijving

Jodi Picoult is the author of 17 number 1 UK bestsellers. Now with Mad Honey she has joined up with co-author Jennifer Finney Boylan to give us the most compelling, challenging and contemporary novel you will read this year - and which will start conversations we need to have.

An important read told with compassion and knowledge, a perfect choice for your book clubs

This riveting tale reminded me of Picoult's earlier books in the way it tackles some big issues. The twist halfway through is a jaw-to-the-floor moment

The celebrated authors have collaborated to pen this unique novel together... An emotional and enlightening read that won't fail to surprise right to the end

From the author of The Book of Two Ways comes a characteristically powerful and engaging story of parent-child relationships as the owner of a beekeeping business confronts the brutal murder of her child's lover

Suspense-filled Mad Honey is a thrilling book that you won't be able to put down

This incredibly moving and thought-provoking novel, which looks at identity, authenticity and the bond between a mother and son, is brilliantly written and is a must-read - definitely one of my favourites from 2022

I won't give anything away, but will say this is one massive plot twist I did not see coming. It's wonderful on identity, change, secrets, shame and starting over. I'm still thinking about it long after the final page. Fabulous.

What begins as a family crime novel with themes of trust, betrayal, abuse and fear becomes a poignant note on what it is to love someone, and the ways we choose to live authentically... Commentary about identity and motherhood is cleverly woven throughout, making for an honest tale about gender and violence... The book is flawlessly written, incredibly engaging and a source of vital dialogue

An emotional, enlightening and contemporary read that won't fail to surprise, right up to its final pages

Magnificent . . . Undoubtedly deserves its place among the most impressive novels of 2022... [Lily and Asher's] relationship is a beautiful thing, described with a weight of understanding that never threatens to trivialise teenage feelings but is alive to all the fumbles of early romance. Asher and Lily are people first, adolescents second... Olivia's chapters [are] beautifully and meticulously written. She, again, is a person first and a mother second, with a complex inner life that extends beyond her child... Wonderfully drawn and heart-breaking... Empathetic and nuanced during a time of viscous division in our culture... It's impossible to look away. The writing is beautiful and seamless, with hardly any evidence that it was written by two separate authors... Lily, Asher, Olivia and their supporting cast shine with all the complications and nuances of real people whom we have the privilege to know. Mad Honey is a fascinating and gripping page turner that asks important questions about who we are and how we treat others.

A challenging, intriguing story

A thought-provoking book highlighting the difference between secrecy and privacy, and between what people want to be and who they truly are

Mad Honey tackles a topical controversy head-on . . . Thought-provoking, well-balanced and powerful . . . an ideal book group choice, igniting debate and discussion

As is expected in a Picoult novel, the characterisation is complex and detailed: no one is intrinsically good or bad, which makes the storytelling even more captivating

What begins as a family crime novel with themes of trust, betrayal, abuse and feat, quickly becomes a poignant note on what it is to love someone, and the beautiful ways individuals choose to live authentically . . . Commentary about identity and motherhood is cleverly woven throughout, making for an honest and interesting talk about gender and violence. Flawlessly written,
incredibly engaging and a source of
vital dialogue in a world where trans
voices aren't always championed. If
you read only one more book this year,
make it this one.



Important, propulsive and gripping

This incredible murder-mystery novel is a feat of literary genius, engaging with themes of love, family and identity, while also weaving together an incredible narrative of LGBTQ+ struggle

Full of suspense and explores the risks we take to find ourselves

Jodi Picoult is the author of 25 novels, with 40 million copies sold worldwide. Her last twelve books have debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list, including her most recent, THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS. Five novels have been made into movies and BETWEEN THE LINES (co-written with daughter Samantha van Leer) has been adapted as a musical. She is the recipient of multiple awards, including the New England Bookseller Award for Fiction, the Alex Award from the YA Library Services Association, and the NH Literary Award for Outstanding Literary Merit. She is also the co-librettist for the musical BREATHE, and the upcoming musical THE BOOK THIEF. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband.

Jennifer Finney Boylan is the author of numerous works of fiction and non fiction, including the seminal She's Not There: A Life in Two Genders (2003), which was the first bestselling work by a transgender American. She is a trans activist and a professor at Barnard College, and has appeared on reality TV shows and various US media in support of her friend Caitlyn Jenner. Her most recent book is the memoir Good Boy: A Life in 7 Dogs, published April 20 by Celadon/Macmillan US.

Specificaties

  • Uitgever
    Hodder Paperback
  • Verschenen
    aug. 2023
  • Bladzijden
    464
  • Genre
    Moderne & contemporaine literatuur
  • Afmetingen
    176 x 110 x 42 mm
  • Gewicht
    240 gram
  • EAN
    9781473692497
  • Paperback
    Paperback
  • Taal
    Engels

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